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Pedodontics (Pediatric Dentistry)

A total of 20 milk teeth, which begin to erupt in the 6th month of the baby and are completed until the age of 2.5, guide the development of the jaw and face and the positioning of the permanent teeth in the right place, apart from there such as eating and speaking duties.


Therefore, the care of milk teeth is very important and starts from the moment they appear in the mouth. It should not be said to change anyway, it must be treated.


All You Wondered About The Treatment

When should the first visit to the dentist be?

It would be best to go to the dentist as soon as the milk teeth are completed.

My child is terrified; what can I do?

Fear is a learned emotion. They won't be afraid unless you, as parents, scare them. Never frighten you by saying, "We'll go to the doctor if you misbehave" or "We'll get you an injection." Encourage your child to brush their teeth and go to the first examination only for control purposes. Don't be scared by saying, "There is nothing to be afraid of" either.

Anyway, what is the need for treatment to change?

Milk teeth are teeth that must remain in the mouth from 2.5 to 13 years old. This is quite a long time. If teeth are lost early in the process, the arrival of permanent teeth will also be problematic.